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Earthquake Measuring 4.6 Richter Shakes Crete

ATHENS – A tremor measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale was recorded just after 07:17 on Monday, 420 km south/southeast of Athens.

According to the Athens Geodynamic Insitute, the epicentre of the quake was in the sea, 54 km south/southeast of Crete.

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THESSALONIKI — A Greek police officer accused of shooting and seriously wounding a Roma teenager during a police chase over an allegedly unpaid gas station bill will remain under house arrest, after a prosecutor and an investigating judge disagreed Friday on whether he should be jailed until his trial.

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NEW YORK – Meropi Kyriacou, the new Principal of The Cathedral School in Manhattan, was honored as The National Herald’s Educator of the Year.

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Mitsotakis: Today’s Bill Comes to Define a New Field in Which Everyone Should Move

ATHENS - At the end of August 2022, I announced a legislative initative for the upgrading and modernisation of the protection, the operation of the security agencies and the operation of the communications and after the change in National Intelligence Service's (EYP) leadership and the establishment of double check to the legal intrusions," stated Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis addressing the parliament on Thursday during the debate on Justice Minstry's bill on the lifting of the communications confidentiality, cybersecurity and protection of the citizens' personal data.

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MOSCOW — A representative of one the the organizations sharing this year's Nobel Peace Prize said Friday that she thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin must face an international tribunal for the fighting in Ukraine.

ATHENS – The biggest worry for Greeks isn't spyware or fears Turkey will invade – it's the cost of food that soaring inflation made so expensive they've turned to cheaper brands or gone without, surveys have found.

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